I finally made my way home to Africa. I say home because while that may only be the truth temporarily, it’s how this place has felt to me since my first visit six years ago. Six years, really?? Woah. Time does fly. I cut my second year in Australia short because I was given the
Mulu National Park holds a special place in my heart. Home to some of the largest caves in the world, Mulu is the true meaning of the word ‘awesome’. Its beauty and extraordinary scenery alone would have cemented its place in my memory, but I’m also extremely grateful to this remote park.
The night before I
One of my favourite things about visiting new places, especially cities, is discovering the street art. What used to be unwanted graffiti has been elevated to an art form, with greater talent and creativity now paving the way in the field. Here in Australia, it’s Melbourne that currently holds the street art crown (justified), but
When Len Tuit approached the Australian Government in the early 1950s with plans to develop tourism around Ayer’s Rock, they looked at him and said ‘why would anyone want to visit a big rock in the middle of the desert?’ (more or less). It’s a good question. What is so special about this big red
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